Chapter 10 – Lost Deep Down in the Belly of the Earth

by Christopher Gronlund on December 5, 2010

Lucky taunts Michael again, and the twins go missing inside Mammoth Cave. When all’s back to normal, the O’Brien’s belch and fight around the campfire.

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Giveaway
In honor of the holidays, I’m giving away a signed copy of Troy Paiva’s awesome book, Night Vision: The Art of Urban Exploration (affiliate link), 1,000 Places to See in the U.S.A. & Canada Before You Die (affiliate link), and three copies of Pirato Ketchup’s debut EP.

What do you have to do to have a chance at winning something? Listen to this episode and find out, or simply leave a comment for Chapter 10, 11, 12, or 13 telling me what you like about Hell Comes With Wood Paneled Doors. Sharing a story about a favorite road trip works, too!

On January 8, 2011 — on what would have been Elvis Presley’s birthday — I’ll assign a number to everybody who replied and randomly select 5 winners.

Oh, and don’t worry if you live outside of the United States — I’ll still send things your way if you win.

Okay, on to this week’s chapter!

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00:00:00 – Introduction
00:00:08 – Theme Music (by Pirato Ketchup)
00:00:54 – Commentary
00:01:14 – Giveaway Announcement
00:03:39 – Giveaway Rules
00:04:34 – Left Behind: A Road Trip Tale
00:06:07 – Last Week
00:06:30 – Chapter 10: “Lost Deep Down in the Belly of the Earth”
00:07:46 – Mary’s Coverup
00:09:27 – Sing-A-Long (With Lucky)
00:12:56 – At Mammoth Cave
00:16:23 – The Twins Go Missing
00:20:52 – The Twins Are Found
00:24:07 – Belching Contest
00:25:16 – Fight!
00:26:34 – What Attacked Mary?
00:28:21 – Coming Next Week
00:28:37 – Credits
00:31:05 – End

{ 2 comments }

Andy Walters January 15, 2011 at 4:01 am

I have to say that my cat got a little spooked by the demonic Lucky voice in this episode. But she was completely unfazed by the belching, probably because she’s used to that.

Christopher Gronlund January 15, 2011 at 5:54 pm

Andy,

Hahahaha! I’ve let loose with some belches in my time that probably sounded pretty demonic.

Thanks for listening — hope you’re enjoying the story so far.

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